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Internet Multicasting Service

The Internet Multicasting Service was the Internet's first radio station. With headquarters in the National Press Building and on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C., the nonprofit station operated from 1993-1995.

Known as Internet Talk Radio (“The Flame of the Internet!”), Internet Multicasting provided live streams from the floor of the House and Senate, streamed National Press Club Luncheons, was a member of the Public Radio Satellite System, created original programming, and broadcast numerous live events.

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To: "Announcements" (announce@radio.com) From: "Internet Multicasting Service" (rtfm@radio.com) Station: Internet Multicasting Service Channel: Internet Town Hall Program: HarperAudio! Content: Lorraine Hansberry, "A Raisin in the Sun" On this segment of HarperAudio!, In her writing, Lorraine Hansberry drew heavily on her own experiences growing up on the south side of Chicago. In 1959 Hansberry’s first play, "A Raisin in the Sun," won the Best Play...
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To: "Announcements" (announce@radio.com) From: "Internet Multicasting Service" (rtfm@radio.com) Station: Internet Multicasting Service Channel: Internet Town Hall Program: HarperAudio! Content: Arthur Miller, "The Crucible" On this segment of HarperAudio!, The Repertory Theater of Lincoln Center performs Arthur Miller’s "The Crucible." The reading begins when Reverend Paris’ daughter is stricken by a mysterious illness after being found dancing in the...
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To: "Announcements" (announce@radio.com) From: "Internet Multicasting Service" (rtfm@radio.com) Station: Internet Multicasting Service Channel: Internet Town Hall Program: HarperAudio! Content: Anne Frank, "Diary of a Young Girl" On this segment of HarperAudio!, Claire Bloom reads from Anne Frank’s classic "Diary of a Young Girl," a book of the writings from the Dutch language diary she kept while in hiding for two years with her family during the Nazi...
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To: "Announcements" (announce@radio.com) From: "Internet Multicasting Service" (rtfm@radio.com) Station: Internet Multicasting Service Channel: Internet Town Hall Program: HarperAudio! Content: Kurt Vonnegut, "Slaughterhouse-Five" On this segment of HarperAudio!, Kurt Vonnegut reads from his novel "Slaughterhouse-Five," subtitled "The Children’s Crusade: A Duty-Dance with Death." This classic satire follows the journey of chaplain’s...
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Found footage of people involved in the Internet 1996 World Exposition talking about what they're doing. We're uncertain about the date.
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To: "Announcements" (announce@radio.com) From: "Internet Multicasting Service" (rtfm@radio.com) Station: Internet Multicasting Service Channel: Internet Town Hall Program: HarperAudio! Content: Jane Austen, "Pride and Prejudice" On this segment of HarperAudio!, Claire Bloom reads from Jane Austen’s "Pride and Prejudice," the classic story of Elizabeth Bennett and her attempts to deals with issues of manners, upbringing, morality, education, and marriage...
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by Carl Malamud
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A speech given by Carl Malamud September 28, 1995 in Las Vegas at Networld+Interop, an industry trade show. The talk was the announcement for the Internet 1996 World's Fair, a so-called "world's fair for the information age," and includes cameo appearances by the Honorable Edward Markey, Vint Cerf, Gaylord Nelson, and William Randolph Hearst III. The fair is still spinning at park.org so you can judge the initial hype against the web pages. There is also a book.
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A promo for the Internet 1996 World Exposition. Featured on this tape are Vint Cerf, William Randolph Hearst III, Gaylord Nelson, and the Honorable Edward Markey. The publication date is approximate.
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Sunergy 12 Information Highway Access: With Liberty and Justice for All? January 24, 1995 ME1066-0/NTSC As the Internet grows to become the Global Information Infrastructure, will access for diverse constituencies be assured or will we create competing classes of information "haves" and "have nots"? Is ubiquitous access a policy matter or can it be designed into the technology? The biggest problem in designing access is that nobody knows what the essence of the infobahn will...
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To: "Announcements" (announce@radio.com) From: "Internet Multicasting Service" (rtfm@radio.com) Station: Internet Multicasting Service Channel: Internet Town Hall Program: HarperAudio! Content: Emily Brontë, "Wuthering Heights" On this segment of HarperAudio!, Emily Brontë’s "Wuthering Heights" was considered controversial because its depiction of mental and physical cruelty was unusually stark, and it challenged strict Victorian ideals of the day,...
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Internet Multicasting Service The Ballad of Ned Ludd A Techno-Folk Opera The Ballad of Ned Ludd. January 13, 1812, Johnson arrives in Nottingham, and seeks refreshment in a local pub. It is now January, 1812. Johnson, having ridden the coach from London to Nottingham finds a pleasant public house, and orders a pint, along with his meal of bread and cheese. The room is full of tradesmen; mainly weavers, combers, and croppers. They look healthy, but its hard to miss the tension when this stranger...
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Multicasting Service National Press Club Luncheons Press Club: Jerry Lewis "I wanted this platform at the National Press Club," Jerry Lewis told the April 17, 1995 luncheon audience, "because I wanted to say to the press that I need you as much as you need me. The angry man isn’t there anymore." Referring to his legendary displeasure with the news media, the youthful comedian --- 69 years old and a svelte 166 pounds --- said it was only "two to six percent" who...
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Internet Multicasting Service United Nations’ 50th Anniversary, Closing Ceremony San Francisco Opera House, 10 am, June 26, 1995 Fifty years ago, world leaders gathered in the San Francisco Opera House to sign the Charter of the United Nations. Today, U.S. President Clinton, Secretary General Boutros-Ghali, and Poet Maya Angelou commemorate the 1945 signing of this historic document. This ceremony is a time to look back at the accomplishments of fifty years, but it also a time to look...
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To: "Announcements" (announce@radio.com) From: "Internet Multicasting Service" (rtfm@radio.com) Station: Internet Multicasting Service Channel: Internet Town Hall Program: HarperAudio! Content: May Sarton, Poems On this segment of HarperAudio!, May Sarton reads her own poetry, including Prisoner at a Desk; The Phoenix; The Lady and the Unicorn/ The Cluny Tapestries; and The Swans. HarperCollins is the copyright owner of the recordings on HarperAudio! and has consented to a...
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Internet Multicasting Service NASA’s Space Story Program: Missions of Discovery In February, NASA announced a new set of Discovery missions, which will survey the moon’s surface beginning in mid 1997. Wes Huntress, NASA’s associate administrator for space science, details what’s behind the Discovery program. NASA’s Space Story is made possible by NASA and brought to you by the Internet Multicasting Service and our sponsors.
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Internet Multicasting Service NASA’s Space Story Program: Pilot Fatigue Research We’ve all had the experience of driving late at night and not being able to keep our eyes open. This happens to pilots too; at least one air crash has been attributed to pilot fatigue which figures in some 20% of aviation mishaps. Mark Rosekind, a research psychologist at NASA’s Ames Research Center, says that the problem extends far beyond aviation. NASA’s Space Story is made possible by NASA and brought...
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Internet Multicasting Service NASA’s Space Story Program: Uncovering the Secrets of Angkor In the dense jungles of Cambodia lie the mysterious ruins of Angkor. Once the hub of a thriving civilization, Angkor may have been home to more than a million people. Archaeologists have studied the site on the ground and through aerial and satellite photos. Still there are secrets. That’s why researchers were so excited last year when an imaging instrument flown on space shuttle Endeavor penetrated...
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Internet Multicasting Service U.S. Senate CANCER COALITION September 29, 1995 Special Multicast Hearing Medical research has revealed previously unknown links between genetics and cancer and other diseases. This new knowledge has raised difficult new issues in law, medicine, social policy and ethics. "Would you want to take a genetic test that could determine which diseases--such as cancer--you are likely to develop in the future? Should test results be available to insurers? To employers?...
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Internet Multicasting Service Document Repository Network Topology Internet Multicasting Service What our network looked like.
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by National Press Club
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Multicasting Service National Press Club Luncheons Press Club: Sen. Bill Bradley (D-NJ) Campaigning for a strong crime bill, Sen. Bill Bradley (D-NJ) told an NPC luncheon audience on May 11, 1995 that TV viewers can help roll back the national plague of violence by writing a protest to each board member of any company which profits from sponsoring mayhem on television. Copies of the same letters should also go, he said, to the local newspapers where board members live, impelling them to choose...
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Internet Multicasting Service 5th Annual Conference on Computers, Freedom and Privacy San Francisco, California, March 29-30, 1995 Transaction Records in Interactive Services: Who Watches the Servers? The advent of interactive capabilities in home entertainment, telecommunications, and online services gives new importance to concerns about the privacy of the transaction records generated by these services. This session will explore the issues raised by the collection of personal information in...
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Internet Multicasting Service United States Senate Joint Economic Committee Hearing on "The Economy in the 21st Century" Live Internet Congressional Hearing June 12, 1995 Introduction Opening Statement by Senator Connie Mack Panel 1: Futurists Paul Johnson. Historian and the author of A History of the Jews, Modern Times, and Intellectuals to name three of the 28 books he's written over the last 35 years. He is currently writing a History of the American People. He resides in London,...
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Internet Multicasting Service Common Ground Program: African Problems, African Solutions While the US Congress may debate whether to cut some or all aid to Africa, not all Africans are just waiting around for handouts. On this Common Ground , the head of the African Capacity Building Foundation outlines some current African solutions to African problems. And, he runs down the African scorecard of where things have gone wrong and where they’ve gone right. Guest: Michael Chege, Director,...
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Multicasting Service National Press Club Luncheons Press Club: Margaret Thatcher, British Prime Minister Starting with old line journalism advice--"there’s no better way to clarify your thoughts than to try to explain yourself to someone else"--former British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher presented a dolefully optimistic world view to a sold out NPC luncheon on June 26, 1995. "There will never be a New World Order," she proclaimed. "It is only by staying united...
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Internet Multicasting Service NASA’s Space Story Program: Space Exploration: The Eyes Have It When you think outer space, you think exploration. That’s the job of NASA’s Carl Pilcher, head of the Mission from Planet Earth Study Office. He believes the Virtual Reality experiences will inspire people to do the real thing. NASA’s Space Story is made possible by NASA and brought to you by the Internet Multicasting Service and our sponsors.
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Internet Multicasting Service Series: Soundprint Program: Art Attack Tom Skelly, an artist teacher-in-residence to prisons, tells SoundPrint how art is a spontaneous activity, and is expressed through tatoos, stories, songs, comedy, poetry, drawings, and brings new ways of thinking to the inmates. Prison art is simular to craft or folk art and continues to be handed down through generations. Inmates share some of their unique art on this edition of SoundPrint. The rebroadcast of SOUNDPRINT is...
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Internet Multicasting Service NASA’s Space Story Program: New Millennium Spacecraft It’s called the New Millenium Initiative, a revolutionary new way to build spacecraft for the 21st century. Mary Kicza is with NASA’s Office of Space Science. "We’re preparing to launch smaller spacecraft on the order of 250 kilograms. New Millenium is going to push that even further still and get to the 50 kilogram and hopefully into the tens of kilograms" range for spacecraft. NASA’s Space...
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Internet Multicasting Service NASA’s Space Story Program: The Universe at Large - The Big Picture Since the launching of NASA’s powerful Hubble Space Telescope the universe at large is now being studied in ever greater detail. Questions about the surrounding universe are being answered, only to reveal even more questions to be pursued by new generations of space scientists. Astronomer Vera Rubin of the Carnegie Institution of Washington, D.C., puts today’s exploration of the universe in...
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Multicasting Service National Press Club Luncheons Press Club: John Bruton, Prime Minister of Ireland John Bruton, Prime Minister of Ireland, brought St. Patrick’s Day greetings to Club members when he spoke at a luncheon on the feast day of Ireland’s patron saint. He also brought a message of hope, noting that, for the first time in a generation, "Ireland is at peace." Bruton cautioned, however, that the end of political violence must be followed by progress in ending the...
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Internet Multicasting Service Document Repository Internet World Fair China Times Magazine Article in the Taiwan press on the Internet 1996 World Exposition.
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Internet Multicasting Service NASA’s Space Story Program: Oceans on the Rise? Since 1992, a joint U.S.-French satellite has aimed sophisticated radar imaging tools at the world’s oceans, gathering precise information on surface elevations. Ocean levels are rising. Are low lying costal areas of the world at risk? NASA’s Space Story is made possible by NASA and brought to you by the Internet Multicasting Service and our sponsors.
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Internet Multicasting Service Document Repository World’s Fair Speech Carl Malamud Speech given at Networld+Interop to kick off the Internet 1996 World Exposition
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Internet Multicasting Service NASA’s Space Story Program: Robots for All Reasons Robots wanted! Apply at NASA. That’s the call of Dave Lavery, telerobotics manager for NASA’s office of space access and technology. Whether trucking across the lunar surface or fixing an orbiting satellite, robots are a critical tool in space exploration. NASA’s Space Story is made possible by NASA and brought to you by the Internet Multicasting Service and our sponsors.
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Internet Multicasting Service Common Ground Program: A Conversation with Jimmy Carter Since leaving the White House fifteen years ago, Jimmy Carter has undertaken peace and public health efforts around the world. On this Common Ground he discusses his work in Sudan, Haiti, North Korea, Cuba, and elsewhere. Guest: Jimmy Carter, 39th President of the United States. Tapes, transcripts, and more information on Common Ground is available by calling 1-800-825-5746 or by sending e-mail to...
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Internet Multicasting Service NASA’s Space Story Program: Robot Surgeons Engineers at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory are developing a robotic arm called RAMS, that is steadier than a surgeon’s hand. The device, being built in cooperation with Micro Dexterity Systems of Memphis, TN, lets surgeons make smooth precise motions as small as 25 millionths of a meter, the width of a human hair. If it tests out, it could be used for delicate operations of the eye, the inner ear, or the brain....
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Multicasting Service National Press Club Luncheons Press Club: Cdr. James Lovell, Astronaut; and Tom Hanks, Actor A two-fer, rare in Club luncheons, brought dual speakers to the podium on July 26, 1995: Cdr. James Lovell, skipper of the Apollo 13 spacecraft, and Tom Hanks, skipper of the cinematic "Apollo 13". The capacity audience heard Lovell urge continued funding for NASA so that robotic exploration and space station activities go on. He gave a moving account of how insignificant...
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Multicasting Service National Press Club Luncheons Press Club: Edward Albee, Playwright The art of playwrighting. The National Press Club Luncheons are brought to you by the Internet Multicasting Service and our sponsors under an agreement with the National Press Club Board of Governors.
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Internet Multicasting Service NASA’s Space Story Program: Saturn’s Rings: Now You See ’Em, Now You Don’t Every fifteen years, something strange happens to Saturn’s rings. They disappear for a few minutes when they turn edge toward to us. It happened again this past May [1995], and will repeat twice more in the coming year. The event gives astronomers a unique opportunity to study the rings and hunt for tiny moons, and will help scientist plan NASA’s upcoming mission to Saturn which...
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Multicasting Service National Press Club Luncheons Press Club: Heather Whitestone, Miss America Miss America would like everyone to know that she’s not just another pretty face. Heather Whitestone, who spoke at a Club luncheon Feb. 15, is the first Miss America with a disability; she has been deaf since she was 18 months old. Her "personal platform" as Miss America is a message aimed at young people entitled "Anything is Possible," that disabilities can be overcome if the...
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Multicasting Service National Press Club Luncheons Press Club: Ben Bradlee, Vice President of the Washington Post Post Editor Bradlee Recalls When Reporters ’Stayed Off the Stage’ Ben Bradlee, long-time executive editor of The Washington Post , shared his recollections of his "good life" with a Club luncheon audience last week. Bradlee, now retired and the author of his memoirs, "A Good Life," said that his first Post editor, Russell Wiggins, once gave him a bit of...
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Multicasting Service National Press Club Luncheons Press Club: H. Ross Perot, Industrialist "Will he, or won’t he...run for the presidency again?" That question was on the minds of most of an NPC luncheon crowd April 25 [1995], when a grim-looking Ross Perot once again complained about the State of the Nation--this time without his legendary charts. Club President Monroe Karmin, however, brought his own chart revealing that Perot had set a record with his appearance: he’s spoken...
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Multicasting Service National Press Club Luncheons Press Club: Louis Rukeyser; Host of Wall Street Week Financial Conference Over 100 NPC and Society of Professional Journalists members were at the all-day, 2nd Annual Financial Writers Conference, Oct. 20. Luncheon speaker Louis Rukeyser, celebrating 25 years as host of the PBS show "Wall $treet Week With Louis Rukeyser", recalling the start of the show, said since people then thought economics and finance too dull and complicated for...
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Internet Multicasting Service NASA’s Space Story Program: Clues About Climate Scientists are waging a major campaign to understand natural forces and those forces caused by human activity that influence and alter the global climate. Scientist Micheal McElroy explains, "Our challenge, it seems to me, is to get an understanding of the underlying physics and chemistry of the climate system." He continued, stating that there was no question that human activities are influencing climate....
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Multicasting Service National Press Club Luncheons Press Club: Jacques d’Amboise, Choreographer/Dancer The art of dance. The National Press Club Luncheons are brought to you by the Internet Multicasting Service and our sponsors under an agreement with the National Press Club Board of Governors.
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Internet Multicasting Service Common Ground Program: The Islamic Threat: Myth and Reality Many experts claim Islamic fundamentalism is the biggest threat to US security today. On this Common Ground , we question what the term Islamic fundamentalism means and exactly who it threatens. Guest: Mangol Bayat, Professor of Iranian history, University of Bonn. Tapes, transcripts, and more information on Common Ground is available by calling 1-800-825-5746 or by sending e-mail to...
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Multicasting Service National Press Club Luncheons Press Club: Dr. Richard Leakey, Paleoanthropologist Origins, Politics and the Need for Change Dr. Leakey gives a stirring talk, analyzing the paleoanthropological origins of politics. The National Press Club Luncheons are brought to you by the Internet Multicasting Service and our sponsors under an agreement with the National Press Club Board of Governors.
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Internet Multicasting Service NASA’s Space Story Program: AXAF: An X-Ray Look at the Universe In 1998, NASA’s Advanced X-Ray Astrophysics Facility will be placed in space by shuttle astronauts. AXAF for short, this exciting astronomical tool, like the Hubble Space Telescope will give us a staggering new look at the cosmos. Greg Davidson, AXAF’s program manager, explains. NASA’s Space Story is made possible by NASA and brought to you by the Internet Multicasting Service and our sponsors.
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Internet Multicasting Service Common Ground Program: Living Near the Nuclear Remains of the Cold War Rebroadcast of this program is made possible by the sponsors of the Internet Multicasting Service
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Internet Multicasting Service Common Ground Program: Burma; Art of Voodoo On this Common Ground , we first hear a report from Burma on economic disparity. And later, a look inside the sacred art of Haitian voodoo. Guests: Marilyn Houlberg, Professor of Art and Anthropology, School of the Art Institute of Chicago; Various residents of Burma. Tapes, transcripts, and more information on Common Ground is available by calling 1-800-825-5746 or by sending e-mail to 72120.2150@CompuServe.COM...
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Internet Multicasting Service Common Ground Program: An Independent Scotland? For 300 years, Scotland has been one of the jewels of the British empire. Increasingly, though, many Scots want to sever their bond with Britain. We’ll talk to supporters of Scotland’s independence on this Common Ground . Guests: Frank Judd, Labour Spokesperson, House of Lords; Michael Russell, Chief Executive, Scottish National Party. Tapes, transcripts, and more information on Common Ground is available by...
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Multicasting Service National Press Club Luncheons Press Club: I. Michael Heyman, Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution, I. Michael Heyman, tried to focus on the institution’s activities and its reservoir of historical treasures at the February 23 [1995] NPC luncheon, but he was bombarded by questions concerning the controversy over the recent Enola Gay exhibit. When asked to express his personal view over the cancellation of the exhibit, he said,...
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Internet Multicasting Service NASA’s Space Story Program: Doomsday for the Dinosaurs Sixty-five million years ago, scientists believe, an asteroid smashed into the earth, ending the reign of the dinosaurs. Disastrous as it was, scientists have nevertheless found it difficult to explain how the asteroid impact could have killed plant and animal life on the other side of the planet. Kevin Baines of the Jet Propulsion Laboratory believes he may have found the answer in Mexico’s Yucatan...
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Multicasting Service National Press Club Luncheons Press Club: Sen. Phil Gramm (R-TX) Senator Phil Gramm, Republican from Texas, and the first announced Presidential candidate to speak at the Club’s luncheon podium, punctuated that appearance March 21, 1995 with a smiling avowal to a news audience that "I never ask for fairness in the media, only mercy." Basically, he said, he has come to accept that media coverage is "a battlefield on which the war of ideas is fought."...
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Internet Multicasting Service NASA’s Space Story Program: Atlantis and Mir, Together at Last This month [June, 1995] for the first time in twenty years, a U.S. spacecraft will dock with a Russian spacecraft in orbit. Space Shuttle Atlantis will rendevous and dock with the Mir Spacecraft and remain attached for four days. Shuttle Commander Hoot Gibson explains that the mission is challenging on many levels. NASA’s Space Story is made possible by NASA and brought to you by the Internet...
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Internet Multicasting Service Common Ground Program: Enforcing Human Rights There have been several important human rights developments over the last few years. These include the Truth Commission in El Salvador and the newly created tribunal prosecuting human rights violations in the former Yugoslavia. On this Common Ground , a leading human rights scholar analyzes these milestones. Guest: Doug Cassel, Executive Director, International Institute for Human Rights Law, Depaul University. Tapes,...
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by National Press Club
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Multicasting Service National Press Club Luncheons Press Club: Peter Arnett The winner of the 7th Annual NPC Freedom of the Press Award, International Category, predicted at the Freedom of Information Day Luncheon March 15 [1995] that his country "will prosper only if it becomes a good world citizen." Abdulaziz al-Saqqaf, founder, publisher, and editor of the Yemen Times , was honored by the Club for his courage in contradicting official government reports that northern troops opened...
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Internet Multicasting Service Document Repository Letter from the GPO Judith Russell Concerning access to the Congressional Record.
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